Pramati Technologies

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Pramati Technologies Pvt Ltd
Industry Software services
Founder Jay Raghavendra Pullur[citation needed]
Headquarters Hyderabad[1], India
Area served
India, United States
Products Products, IT Services
Services Information technology products, consulting services and solutions

Pramati Technologies is a privately held company software services company based in Hyderabad, India.[2] The company was founded in 1998 by Jay Raghavendra Pullur and released Pramati Server, its initial product, the following year.[3]


  • Pramati Server 3.0 was the industry's first independently developed application server to achieve J2EEv 1.3 compatibility. Achieving this industry first involved passing over 15,000 tests in the Sun Microsystems J2EE Compatibility Test Suite.[4]
  • This achievement of Pramati, where it beat the reigning champions, was recognized by The ServerSide in a cartoon 'The Great ECperf Race' that was posted on 16 Sept. 2002 [5]
  • Pramati's SocialTwist,[6] is the creator of the social media sharing widget Tell-a-Friend. This widget service for word-of-mouth campaigns has currently served 2.09 billion impressions world-wide.[citation needed]


Pramati currently owns and operates the following brands of products and services:

  • Imaginea - Services offering for: Product lifecycle services and Cloud lifecycle management.[7]
  • Pramati Server - J2EE middleware server platform
  • Dekoh Desktop- Web 2.0 platform for sharing media and files from the desktop.[8]
  • SocialTwist - Widget service for word of mouth campaigns.
  • Qontext - SaaS-based enterprise collaboration portal.[9]
  • Cloudjee - Java PaaS solution.
  • WaveMaker - a private aPaaS (application platform-as-a-service) software for building and running custom enterprise apps.[10]
  • Reve Marketing - a customer acquisition and retention platform that generates viral referrals for businesses, using the social connections of their customers.
  • SpotCues - a location-based social network that connects people and apps based on a person’s present context for customer engagement and employee communication and collaboration [11]


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